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Akashic Records: what they are and how to read them

by John B. Professional Writer

Maybe it's not for sceptics. Or maybe it is just for them, because when it comes to the Akashic Records, it's all a bit believe it or bust it. Where conventional therapies, such as psychoanalysis, fail to clarify problems or resolve conflicts, the Akashic Records offer a new gateway to our inner self. To our soul. A different way to know more about oneself, starting with the soul.

But what exactly are the Akashic Records and how do you read them? Curiosity is inevitable. Here are the answers.

The Akashic records contain the entire history of a person's soul.

What it means to have the Akashic Records read to you
"Akashic comes from ākāśa (akasha), a term from the ancient Sanskrit language of India and means soul, space, sky or ether. According to Hindu tradition, the Akashic records are the archives of the soul's memories.

It is not a physical space of this dimension, but an energetic space, without measures of time (there is no yesterday or today), where the archives containing the history of all existence are kept. All beings have their records. That of people is individual. That of plants, animals and minerals is group.

There, all that a soul has experienced in its various reincarnations, what it is experiencing and the things it may experience in the future are archived, but not in the form of divination, but in the form of potential paths. The prediction of the future has nothing to do with this discipline.

The anguish of not being able to solve a problem is one of the main reasons for consultation.

The archives of the soul are inside each one of us and making them conscious through a reading is a way to overcome or understand the origin of different fears, conflicts, ties, obstacles and even family problems. It is common for a person to bring a list of issues to address in a record-opening session, externalise them and then go deeper into them in a therapeutic space.

In an akashic record opening, the therapist or guide, depending on what you want to call it, will be in charge of opening the archives of the soul and answering any questions you may have. In the process, images from our current life may emerge, or scenes or experiences from our past lives may emerge. Everything that has affected the soul, in one way or another, will be there, stored.

How to read the Akashic Records
There are different ways of reading the Akashic Records, and each guide can choose the path that best suits the person consulting. In general, the sessions, always by appointment, usually last between one and a half and two hours. The ideal is to go with a list of questions (the therapist will indicate how many questions there can be), and in some cases, it is suggested to record the talk.

Before starting, the guide may ask a few simple questions, such as the full name and date of birth of the person who wants to open their files, then say a few sentences, and then the questions can begin. At all times, the guide presents himself as a channel or a bridge between the querent and the ascended masters, and the information received can be expressed through images, sensations or words.

In the end, the information obtained is intended to help the person to move forward and evolve in their problems. It offers help in understanding why certain things are happening in their lives, but the guide can never indicate what to do or what not to do, or what decision to make about an issue.

Often, the reading of Akashic records is complemented by therapy sessions.

To get the most out of the session, it is helpful to ask "Why", "What" and "How" questions. These are the kind of questions that give the most information.

Pretending to know the "When" or the "Where" of something does not make much sense since in the energetic space of the soul, time does not exist (the soul is infinite and imperishable) and neither is it a process of divination.

Questions to which the answer is "Yes" or "No" are not suitable either. The free will of the person who consults and the final decision on the action that will make him or her happy is never questioned in an akashic record opening session.

It should also be kept in mind that not many readings can be done, and if more than one is required, several months must pass between sessions.

In short, the reading of the akashic records has to be approached as one more tool, a special one if you will, on the long road to self-knowledge. Its purpose is to help to advance in the resolution of personal conflicts, but like everything else, it will always depend on oneself to improve.


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